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More Than 50 Vehicles Shown at Fraternity Fundraiser


A modified Jeep catches an onlooker's eye Camaros, Corvettes among popular models A 1932 Chevrolet Cabriolet among classics on display A shoo-in for 'dirtiest vehicle?' The Penn College colony of Sigma Nu held a fundraising Spring Car Show on campus Saturday, with music, food, sunshine and more than 50 vehicles showcased on the BTC parking lot. Proceeds from the fraternity’s inaugural event will benefit the Sigma Nu Leadership Initiatives Fund, which sponsors campus leadership events for all students; trophies were awarded in 19 classes.

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